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Advice from dad and important tips for men that you wish your dad had shared with you as a kid!
  • Searching for home warranty protection can be incredibly challenging. There are almost 200 warranty companies in the US, and each one brings something different to the table. How are you supposed to compare your options and find a plan that covers your appliances and systems, while also working for your budget and your lifestyle?

  • Traveling can be dangerous and a bit scary sometimes. Even when you do everything right, there's always a risk of tripping on a curb, getting hit by a car, or having your bag stolen. Truthfully, these things can happen here in the United States too but when traveling in a foreign country it makes things that much more complicated since things work differently in various countries and there might even be a language barrier. Let's take a look at five things to do if you have a travel disaster when visiting a foreign country.

  • It's that time of year again when we all profess our intentions to change for the better in the new year. Whether that's losing weight, eating better, being kinder, those are all good intentions. However, realistically we should be focused on these all year long... not just once a year and then sharing them to make ourselves feel good when our friends like and comment on them. With that being said, here are some things we can do to kick off the new year strong that are part of my new year resolutions to carry us through the upcoming year!

  • Love driving, long road trips, big engines, and the freedom of virtually never having to go sit in a cubical ever again? The trucking industry booming and while it's not an easy lifestyle, you can make a solid living while seeing new parts of the country. Here are some tips and advice for aspiring long haul truck drivers.

  • If you have ever wondered why you keep getting passed over for that job promotion or your social life isn’t as bustling as you wish it was, maybe you lack a bit of self-confidence. Living the daily grind can take a toll on how many men see themselves. 

  • People often say that planning a vacation is almost as enjoyable as embarking on the journey. However, it's often difficult to start feeling excited unless you've picked a destination of choice. Fortunately, it's not as difficult as you might expect to do that. 

  • While most people look at the holidays as a time of joyous festivities, for those suffering from addiction it can be a very dangerous time. Whether you are fighting nicotine, drugs, or alcohol, the stress of family gatherings, bacchanalic office parties, or simply the limited exposure to sunlight during winter months there are some important things you need to keep in mind to avoid relapsing. Here are some tips that can help you make it through the holidays while staying sober.

  • Growing old is just a part of life. Some aspects of it are awesome: you can drink, you can drive (but not at the same time), you can go wherever you want, you can do whatever you want. Other aspects, though, are not so great. You’re burdened with responsibilities. Time seems to dissolve in your hands. You’re exhausted from sunrise to sunset and then have to do it all over again the next day.

  • Hindsight is 20/20! You don't want to end up in the emergency room with an injury that was completely preventable but too many of us forget to use protective safety equipment. Many DIYers do this and risk injury because they either don't have the right gear - or simply chose not to use it. While goggles, gloves, and other protective safety gear might seem like a pain in the ass... the reality is that it can save you from a whole world of pain if something unexpected happens!

  • For those of you who live in rural and suburban areas and have land, creating a garden is easy. For those of us who live in urban areas like I do it much more difficult. This is doubly true in places like San Diego where we have limited natural rainfall. Luckily for those looking to become urban farmers, there are some ways to overcome this challenge

  • What you do before your workout is just as important as what you do during and after your workout. If you want it to be effective and get the best results, then make sure that you do the following things before getting going:

  • Could we have become so desensitized to the fact that something as natural to us as building a house and living in it can have such an effect on the environment? 

  • Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere. And even if you're working in an office that's supposed to be safe from any and all hazards, you're still at risk of slipping a disc or wounding yourself.

  • Some people love home improvements and DIY. Others hate it. Making your house look more attractive doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Below you’ll find seven quick and easy things practically anyone can do today.

  • Medicine is a complex industry and unfortunately, "sometimes these things happen". As horrible as it might be to consider, sometimes a diagnosis is wrong, a finger slips, or even a machine that didn't function properly. Medical practioners aren't perfect and medicine isn't an exact science. That's why we have medical malpractice lawsuits and attorneys ready to defend your interests. While these defenders are an important part of the system, not everything that goes wrong is immediately malpractice.

  • A good husband should provide for his family. He must also make sure of his strong unity with his wife as well as the growth and development of his children. In fact, I remember during my pre-cana education classes where the leader told us that while kids are important - the bond between husband and wife is even more so. Without that strong relationship built and trust, understanding, and respect... ultimately nothing else matters.

  • Persuading the boss for a pass to work from home can be a tough nut to crack. Their instinct will almost instinctively force a ‘no’ from their lips but if they took the time to think about it for a little bit longer they might just find that having you working from home more often is a solution that just might benefit everyone.

  • A road trip with the guys to explore some new part of the country seems like a slam dunk choice of a guys’ weekend getaway. Unlike flying somewhere, there’s no big upfront cost to worry about and that gives the immediate notion that it’s a cheap way to spend some time together. While this is generally true, road trips have some significant expenses that you need to take into consideration such as price of fuel, wear and tear on the vehicle, food, and lodging along the way.

  • Your dog is a loved and respected member of your family. You probably have some amazing memories of dog-friendly trips taken together in the past, along with plans and ideas for future vacations with your dog. There will inevitably come a time, however, when you need to prepare for a long trip away from your dog.

  • Eco-friendly mattresses are now becoming popular to many. Not only do they offer maximum comfort but promote a few health benefits as well. However, how would you know if a certain mattress is nature-friendly? Well, you need to look or inspect the materials. For a little help, we will walk you through what eco-friendly beds are made of. So, take a read!

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